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Herman Cain Jabs Jeb Bush

At least I was once winning. Jeb Bush has been doing nothing but losing throughout this entire campaign.

— Former 2012 GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain, responding on his website to being cited by Jeb Bush as an example of an outsider presidential candidate who lost the race.


God Might Tell Herman Cain to Run Again

I do not know what the future holds, but I know who holds the future. And I trust in God.

— Pizza mogul Herman Cain, “who at one point topped all Republican challengers during the 2012 Republican presidential primary before dropping out amidst allegations of multiple affairs, suggested on Saturday that he would return to the campaign trail in 2016 if called upon God to do so,” the Huffington Post reports.

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Republicans’ Teleprompter-Palooza

Marco Rubio
Herman Cain
Michele Bachmann
Rick Santorum
Mitt Romney
Sarah Palin

Next: Marco Rubio

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All I Want for Xmas Is for Herman Cain to Go Away — Far Away

Not only have alien a capella signers appropriated Xmas, look what Herman Cain has done to it!

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Herman Cain’s Approval among Republican Women at 8%


Reassess this, Hermie. You are toast.


Cain is Truly the Sarah Palin of 2012

Note to any presidential contender: Don’t even come to Florida unless you understand wet foot/dry foot policy.

Second note: If reporters try to help you out by explaining the policy, take them up on it.


Cain Again Changes His Story

Why negotiate against yourself? When somebody comes forward and they have a claim against me and they’re willing to take a lie detector test, I’ll take a lie detector test. I’m not gonna take one against anonymous, no documentation. That’s not good business.

–Herman Cain, presidential candidate, explaining why he is backing away from his earlier proposal to clear his name concerning sexual harassment of female employees by taking a polygraph test.

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NBC’s David Gregory’s “Grand Wizard” Freudian Slip

David Gregory is walking back an analogous term he used during a Today Show interview, in which he said there is no “grand wizard” at the GOP calling the shots on the Herman Cain scandal. Gregory later tweeted, “”Wizard” remark this morning was a very poor choice of words. Did not mean to make that connection at all. Was not thinking. I apologize”.

In fact, Gregory’s comment was perfect. While he might have been visualizing the wizard in Oz, the term “grand wizard” is normally associated with the Ku Klux Klan.

Considering the Republican and tea party embrace of the Koch Brothers-funded ALEC legislative goals of drug testing welfare recipients; making it harder for the poor and young people to vote, in violation the 1965 Voting Rights Act; and imprisoning people who came here illegally and denying an education to their children who are native-born Americans, it’s not a real reach to wonder if there aren’t Klan sympathizers in the Grand Old Party.

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In Wake of Sex Harassment Charges against Cain, Poll Finds a Slight Shift Among GOP Voters to Disgraced Serial Adulterer Gingrich

art-newt-2012In the mid-1990s, no political demographic was more outraged over Pres. Bill Clinton’s sexual affairs than Republican women. Their wrath, along with the moral condemnations of the GOP’s evangelical base, fueled the drive by their party’s elected leaders in Washington — led then by House Speaker Newt Gingrich — to do politically to the president what Lorena Bobbitt did to John.

Now, just 15 years or so later, and faced with charges that their party’s frontrunner, Herman Cain, has sexually harassed who knows how many of his female employees, Republican women take a different view. A CBS News poll finds that just 38 percent of them see the charges against Cain as a reason not to vote for him:

[Sixty-one] percent of Republican primary voters say the sexual harassment accusations against Cain won’t make any difference in their vote, but 30 percent say the charges make them less likely to back him, and that rises to 38 percent among women. Cain has lost support among women since last month – from 28 percent in October to 15 percent now. He has lost ground with conservatives and Tea Party supporters as well.

It gets worse for Cain:

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Herman Cain PAC: ‘Ew Gross,’ Kraushaar an ‘Ugly Bitch’

A vicious personal attack on a registered Republican by a site purporting to be operated by the PAC of her party’s frontrunner, or a pretty good spoof:

Ew, gross! Who the hell does this ugly b1tch think she’s fooling? … Just to be clear, Karen Kraushaar is the one on the left.